Thanks guys, I won't bother. There's also this one they're claiming is almost new...
I would recommend this one over the other, mainly because of the fact that it's a 7 blade, versus 10 blade. Depending on the HOC you will be at, having more blades does not equate to a better cut. The 10 blade will be spinning "faster", creating a "drum like" effect, almost rolling over the grass area that's intending to be cut, compared to the 7 blade, meaning the grass won't have as much time to get in between the blade and reel. It will leave you with a cut quality that you won't be satisfied with. If you're going lower than 1/2", then yes, go for the higher blade count.